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  • Exceptionally good!

    Theresa Romain knows how to dazzle subtly, and to seduce with the gorgeousness of her unequalled prose. With FORTUNE FAVORS THE WICKED, she takes the reader on an unforgettable voyage with a blind man and a former courtesan. FORTUNE FAVORS THE WICKED features unforgettable characters, exquisite writing, brilliant dialogues, and humour as understated as it is utterly delectable. Ms. Romain has crafted an unusual, intricate and riveting story, very touching at times, and filled with surprises. I’m delighted that there is going to be at least another book, in one hopes will be a series. FORTUNE FAVORS THE WICKED might be Ms. Romain’s best work so far, which is saying a lot. I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Perfectly imperfect

    Two imperfect, likeable characters, stolen coins, a few villains and secrets to be kept..and for all that, such a lovely gentle story with believable characters...really lovely reading

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  • A lovely pairing

    I liked this book because the author departed from the tired old cliche of the romantic leads hating each other at the beginning, and somehow ending up together despite their stupidity. In this novel the two main figures are attracted to each other from the start, and their romance moves cautiously forward as they learn more of each other's characters and work through their personal difficulties. They are humorous and caring, and I liked them a lot.

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  • Fortune favors the wicked

    The protaganists are normal people not a duke or duchess annd their caracters areer.description of their lives is realistic

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